Schlagwort-Archiv: Autorität

Geschafftes Wissen.

Don't trust papers and articles, be it published ones. We only really know stuff for sure once it is written in textbooks — and survives a second edition.

frei nach Alexandru Baltag

Dirty Fingers.

If a person asks you to step in, try to do the minimum to get them back in a known place. Describe what you’re doing, as you’re doing it — think of yourself as a tour guide, pointing out the sights. Ask for feedback to make sure your audience knows what you’re doing, and hand back control as soon as you can.

EFF Security Education Companion: A Word on Touching Other People’s Devices: Don’t.


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a leader who once tought forgotten names
he told me there's a way to travel time
and find a place of solitude again

Long Distance Calling: Rewind

Machine learn this.

The law will also effectively create a "right to explanation," whereby a user can ask for an explanation of an algorithmic decision that was made about them.

Bryce Goodman, Seth Flaxman: European Union regulations on algorithmic decision-making and a "right to explanation"


An expert is someone who doesn’t want to learn anything new, because then he would not be an expert.

Harry S. Truman


Can we trust all the facts
And believe that the fancied wise
Are just and needed?
Do we want to rely on the views
Of the righteous ones who are succeeding?
If you look all around and you see
All the things that are not meant to be
Then you know it's time to let them go
To let them go

Epica - Monopoly On Truth